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July, 10 2004 - Colonial Dames Celebrate 50 Years of Preservation

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Sally Hopper, left, chairman of the Hotel de Paris Museum Committee, with Jack Pavell and Deirdre Baldwin, Director of the Hotel de Paris Museum Peggy Speckman, left, and Deedee Decker One side of the courtyard allowed for a little quiet reflection. Edie Massier, left, with Barbara Crane, and Barbara Boyer
Bob Primus, left, and Mary Clark, Administrator of the Hotel De Paris Museum Chere Mitchell has a degree in "collections care" and historical interpretation. The Hotel de Paris is her favorite museum. Karen Dean, left, Pauline Wolf and Parthena Moore Dana Abrahamson, left, Executive Director of Historical Georgetown and Mark Raley, with the band
Dr. Ken Harrison, left, Barbara Harrison, President of the Colonial Dames in Colorado and Martha Elliott, retired recording secretary of the Colonial Dames A beautiful afternoon to enjoy the hors d'oeuvres in the courtyard Nancy Hopper, left, and Joan Albee visiting from the beautiful Northwest Ginny, left, and Davis Ammons
Verona Zimmerman worked at the hotel back in 1936 Bob Atchison, left, Connie Smith and Sally Robinson Jan Shirlaw Kate Gleason, left, and Reggie Black
Keith, left, and Melissa Crichton Margaret Melcher created the hors d' oeuvres Carroll Speckman, left, and Erik Taylor Heather Lopez and Stephanie Donoho. Heather is the incoming and Stephanie is the outgoing director of the Clear Creek Historical Society. Stephanie is on her way to live in Hawaii.
Betsy Shannon, left, and former Denver City Councilwoman, Polly Flobeck Ellen Christianson of Canyon Wine Cellars Fabyan Watrous, left, and Julie Wohlers Mary Clark, left, and Matt Skeen
Sally Hopper, left, Bob Gibbs, and Georgianna Contiguglia. "Georgie" is President of the Colorado Historical Society Hal Wahlborg, left, Wilhelmina Colvill, and Jerry Jinnette Sally Masten, left, and Candace Kintzele of Key Bank Gary Long is an architect and his firm is working closely with the Colonial Dames on the restoration of the hotel to it's original splendor.
Mary Lanius Maraday Wahlborg Dee Brady is the happy winner of a chair in the silent auction  
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